The meaning of the sentence can be found comprehensive, but i wonder why the writer used "GERUND" after "TO", i.e. "TO HAVING".Code:Brannigan, 30, of Castleknock, Dublin pleaded guilty at Dublin District Court to having green diesel in his carís fuel tank on January 10, 2011
could i write "TO HAVE"?
Thank you so much!
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As far as I know, "plead guilty to" can only be followed by either a noun or a gerund.
By the way, could you perhaps use the normal quote feature, instead of that code-thingy? It's a little bit inconventient.
Also, I think it's a good idea to credit the source.Brannigan, 30, of Castleknock, Dublin pleaded guilty at Dublin District Court to having green diesel in his car’s fuel tank on January 10, 2011.
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Last edited by Chicken Sandwich; 11-Oct-2012 at 03:26.